2021 Scorecard Vote
The Senate considered President Biden’s nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning to serve as director of the bureau of land management. The Bureau of Land Management manages one in ten acres of land in the U.S., and Stone-Manning’s leadership is helping ensure we harness the power of these public lands in the fight against climate change through responsible energy and resource development as well as equitable conservation measures that mitigate impacts. Stone-Manning is bringing important professional experience to this role after serving as the director of Montana’s Department of Environmental Quality, a congressional staffer, and a senior policy advisor at the National Wildlife Federation. She has a strong reputation for working with a variety of stakeholders, including conservationists, recreationists, governments, ranchers, and energy industries, to find collaborative solutions. On September 30, the Senate confirmed Stone-Manning to serve as director of the Bureau of Land Management by a vote of 50-45 (Senate roll call vote 401). YES IS THE PRO-ENVIRONMENT VOTE.